Coronavirus in Spain, live: last minute vaccines, measures for summer and Covid dates



Spain Keep relaxing Restrictions after the curfew has ended and the number of COVID cases started to decrease. As you proceed vaccinate to the population and the government assured that there will be group immunity on August 18th. consequences direct the last hour of the coronavirus in Spain and in the world; the updated data on the coronavirus in Catalonia, Andalusia, Madrid, Valencia and the rest of the autonomous communities; and also the latest news on the vaccine, appointment and restrictions across Spain.

12:06 PM The Balearic Islands communicate 38 positive results among the students and one contagion among the teachers

The Ministry of Education and Vocational Training reported this Monday that a teacher from Ibiza tested positive for coronavirus over the past week, while 38 students reported positive results.

As indicated in a press release from the department headed by Martí March, the data show that the number of infections in educational centers remains low.

11:39 Erasmus students are calling for more flexible vaccination appointments and an increase in scholarships for PCR costs

University students receiving a mobility scholarship for the next academic year 2021-2022 require flexibility in their vaccination dates so they don’t get caught vaccinating outside of Spain, as well as an increase in scholarships to fund expenses for PCR or testing, requirements entry into many countries.

In a letter to the University Minister Manuel Castells and to the Minister of Health Carolina Darias, the coordinator of the student representatives of public universities (CREUP) and the Erasmus Student Network (ESN Spain), they assure that the students already studying know their goal. mobility for the next course. However, the group’s vaccination dates are not yet known and most likely coincide with their stays outside Spain.

11:24 am Galicia registers an upswing in the hospital to 125 and new infections are reduced to 76

The Galician community starts this week with a recovery in hospitalized patients from Covid-19 to 125, eight more than the previous day, and a decrease in new infections to 76, which is 48 fewer, while active cases maintain and do the downward trend reduced to 2,262.

According to the data updated on Monday morning by the Ministry of Health with records as of 6:00 p.m. this Sunday and collected by Europa Press, Covid patients in the intensive care unit amount to 31, three more and those who are hospitalized in other units 94 are admitted, five more, so 125 are admitted. In the meantime, 2,137 patients are being examined at home.

11:10 AM Aragon reports 51 new cases of COVID-19 and no deaths in the past 24 hours

The General Directorate of Public Health of the Government of Aragon has reported 51 new cases of COVID-19, no deaths and 56 epidemiological discharges. The results correspond to this Saturday May 29th, according to preliminary data available on the website ‘https: //’.

By province, Zaragoza has registered 41 cases and recovered 40, while Huesca has 4 new cases and 9 layoffs and Teruel has 3 cases and 6 recoveries.

10:59 am South Africa increases restrictions due to the recent surge in coronavirus cases

The President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, has announced that there will be a new tightening of restrictions starting this Monday due to the increase in coronavirus cases in the African country.

Ramaphosa has indicated that this will move South Africa into an adapted Level 2, in line with the country’s restrictions, which include a reduction in the number of groups eligible to attend meetings with a limit of 100 people indoors and 250 outdoors.

10:40 am Navarre remains in the fifty cases of Covid-19 with a positivity rate of 4.5%

Navarra registered 50 cases of Covid-19 on Sunday after performing 1,113 PCR and antigen tests, a positive rate of 4.5% according to preliminary data from the Navarre government.

The data is slightly better than the day before when 57 cases of Covid-19 were registered and there was a positivity of 4.7%.

09:53 Vaccinate employees of a private business school in Madrid in Zendal

Dozens of teachers and staff at the private business school ESCP Business School in Madrid were recently vaccinated against the coronavirus at Isabel Zendal Hospital, although this group is not yet a priority in the vaccination strategy.

Sources from this international school have told Efe that they contacted the Ministry of Health to “request information about vaccinations” and then sent them “some forms to fill out and send” after which they received “the call via text message”.

09:22 Bars, cinemas and theaters are allowed to close in Madrid at 1:00 a.m. from this Monday

As of Monday, the Community of Madrid has extended the closure of hotels and other places such as cinemas and theaters from twelve to one in the morning, while shops no longer have time restrictions, all due to the improvement in coronavirus data in the region.

Previously, the opening times of the commercial facilities were limited from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m., but from this Monday there will no longer be a time limit.

Bars, restaurants, cinemas, theaters, auditoriums, arcades, betting offices and casinos can extend their closing times from 00:00 to 01:00.

09:04 The Balearic Islands lead the slump in hospitality income until April after the Armengol strike

The hospitality sector is seeing the first green shoots in Spain after more than a year of capacity and hourly restrictions as a result of the coronavirus health crisis. In this regard, the sector’s results improved slightly in the first four months of this year 2021. With one major exception. The autonomous community of the Balearic Islands, led by the socialist Francia Armengol, which leads the collapse of incomes.

In this way, the data made available to this newspaper by the Spanish hospitality industry shows how the Balearic Islands led the decline in income in the first four months of this year 2021 with a loss of 72.7% compared to the figures recorded there last year . For example, the island’s bars and restaurants have suffered from the numerous restrictions and measures that Armengol put in place for the first four months of the year despite the decline in Covid-19 cases and infections in the facilities.

8:45 am Venezuela hopes to get the Johnson & Johnson vaccine through the COVAX mechanism

Venezuela President Nicolás Maduro said this Sunday he hoped to receive the Johnson & Johnson vaccine for COVID-19 through the COVAX mechanism.

“We’re looking for Johnson & Johnson’s, Janssen, we asked the COVAX system to do it,” said Maduro on the Venezuelan television station (VTV).

08:17 Madrid vaccinates those who have already received a dose of AstraZeneca. have received

The Community of Madrid will resume vaccination this Monday, at the Isabel Zendal hospital, of those who have already received a first dose of AstraZeneca, around 213,300 people under the age of 60 who may choose to complete the treatment with a second dose of the same brand or with Pfizer.

These people will be called via an interactive SMS on their mobile phone, which will allow them to choose between AstraZeneca and Pfizer to receive the second dose of the vaccine, as well as the option to request a date change.

8:00 am The King was vaccinated against Covid-19 this Saturday at the WiZink Center in Madrid

King Felipe VI, 53, received the Covid-19 vaccine this Saturday at the WiZink center in Madrid, reported the Casa del Rey.

Zarzuela has stated that the monarch was “vaccinated on the spot and in due time” according to the protocol established by the health authorities. The monarch is between 50 and 59 years old and started immunization in May.

After the activities of the Armed Forces Day ended, the King went to the Community of Madrid Vaccination Center at the Wizink Center on Saturday afternoon.

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